Shannon Cook discusses the life and work of writer Jamaica Kincaid
Alex Gibbon, Safi Bugel and Sabrina Martins give their picks for the top books to treat your shelf with in Black History Month
The literary women of the 1860s are having a moment on the big (or small) screen. With a new film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic, Little Women by Ladybird director Greta Gerwig, and an […]
Whilst the national conversation has been dominated by talk of Corbyn and the rebirth of the parliamentary left, an intellectual revolution has been taking place behind the scenes. Grace Blakeley, author of Stolen: How to […]
Co-written by James Patterson, a fiction writer whose books have sold more than 300 million copies, and Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States. We can assume that most of the writing was […]
Arts & Culture editor Delphie Bond interviews Jess Green about her phenomenal success and latest show!
Karolina Kudrjavceva discusses the dreaded money question while treating your shelf.
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond discusses the best books to bond over with your new flatmates.
From experience, I have learned that fandoms are a dish best served “lukewarm.” It is like you are Goldilocks. You try chairs, eat porridges and then get into the bed that was just right. However, […]
People on the net may be familiar with the “This is Fine” meme. It is about a dog surrounded by flames yet commenting that everything is “alight.” K.C. Green, the artist, later drew a follow […]
Imagine being a young teen or adult watching the Night of the Creeps (1986). It’s a zombie apocalypse set in a US high school. Recent shows are packed with how to survive a zombie apocalypse […]
Everyone knows that the general outline of content in various art forms tend to repeat themselves. Ed Sheeran is famously getting sued for how similar ‘Thinking Out Loud’ is to ‘Let’s Get It On’. When […]